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, allen lie and theresa dickcue. >> good evening president fong and commissioners. my name is irene kreshio and this is henny laura and we're board members of the neighborhood association, pna, and long-term residents of the district. we are here to support the development of the 2895 san bruno avenue project as is in their latest blue print. many of the other members were want able to be here, so i will be speaking on their behalf. i have a letter to read that was sent to president fong, and i have copies here for president fong and the commissioners. thank you. so i will read the letter and it says "dear commissioner fong the neighborhood association, the pna, a group of residents, merchants and stakeholders of the district urges the commission to approve the development proposed -- proposal located at 2895 san bruno avenue. since 2004 we have been working to improve the corridor by greening beautification elements. past efforts include the planning of over a hundred lilies, installation of wine barrel planners and numerous trees along the corridor. the pna hosted a communi
inspired by it theresa spence. their campaign has left canada recently and demonstrations to block rail lines and border crossings. they want to complete self- government for nations groups. like the occupied movement that started in the u.s., it is making meeting with the government a challenge. >> they express a generalized anger and frustration. perfectly understandable, completely justified. for progress to be made in the political process, it takes a leader with specific demands that can be examined or not. >> not all of the representatives went to the meeting. some agreeing with theresa spence, the agenda was too vague. protesters in the streets. instead of going to the parliament building, as was planned, the protesters have stopped outside the canadian prime minister's office. there are moving to surround the building to make sure their demands are heard inside. so far, this grass-roots movement has not achieved the change it wants. they have brought their issues into the center of political debate. they may be a fractured group divided from traditional leaders, but the movement
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of women was always involved as well as theresa sparks, executive director of the human rights commission. they were not only the core of the beginning but also generously offered to help us and support us and today that is where we are housed. we have a membership of over 28 agencies public and private representing a wide area of government agencies, law enforcement agencies, service providers, educators and community members. we are committed to ending human trafficking through collaboration, education, outreach, raising awareness and supporting survivors of human trafficking. how many cities have this kind of public private cooperation? i don't know but we are among the first and speaks about the efforts put forth in the city but isn't this the city where all things that are impossible can happen? i wanted to just a few people who are here. first and foremost the honorable mayor ed lee. and supervisor carmen chu, has been a great champion. the winners of the sf cat annual poster concert and the keynote speaker, -- a human traffic survivor and advocate. i want to say that other
of the 44 people that died attended st. theresa's church. >> the people that carried out the attack are of the devil. >> boko haram claimed responsibility for this and several more attacks in other parts of nigeria that christmas day. boko haram's goal is to turn it into an islamic country. >> i am very angry. they are trying to get me to respond out of anger, i will not. >> he and son spent several weeks in the hospital recovering from burns, today you will find them praying for the attackers. they talk about the importance of forgiveness. >> boko haram should repent, stop doing evil work and confess. >> that isn't likely to happen any time soon, 200 miles north of the church. >> so many people loved my husband. >> they would not let me see my father's body. he was beyond recognition. >> he was shot in the mouth, elbow and back. >> i am asking god to bring peace to our city. >> northern nigeria's important city of kano with prayer. on january 20th, 26 days after the christmas day massacre, boko haram killed 185 people in a string of coordinated attacks in kano. it was the group's d
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glen thrush, and msnbc contributor marie theresa tomar, meagan mccartel, and contributing editor of new york magazine benjamin wallace wells. >>> an urgent piece of policy supported by a majority of americans sent to congress by the president and the republican response? >> what the president is propose issing problematic for a couple of reasons, but primarily because it doesn't work. >> senator marco rubio's instant opposition is not about raising taxes on the wealthy, like last year. nor is it about proposing to raise the tax cuts. this time the issue is gun safety, including universal background checks supported by nearly nine out of ten americans. the president, once again, is taking his message to the people. as did he with _#$40. >> i promise you the american people, your voices, made a difference on this debate zoosh as he did with _#my2k. >> if there's one thing that i have learned, when the american people speak loudly enough, lo and behold, congress listens. >> yesterday the white house launched _#now is the time. >> this will not happen unless the american people demand it. >
california will see in years. theresa is usually punks you'll for getting annual flu vaccine but this year she put it off. >> i have been so busy and i decided when i saw your talk on tv today at 7:00 a.m. i decided, i need to go in and get my flu shot. this is something we can do for our community. we need our health. >> recipient are 60 percent less likely to have to go to the doctor for influenza and the flu season is earlier than normal and the dominant flu strain is one that continueds to make people more sick. doctors remind patients who are parents, do not forget themselves. an 8-year-old was brought so the family could get vaccinated. >> they just poke a needle in you. it only feels like a little pinch. >> i got mine. they said i would be in and out in 15 minutes. it was faster than that. >> how long was it? three seconds. it takes three weeks to become fully immune and lasts a year. >> this is a hard flu year for people getting really sick and we have seen it hit in other parts of the country and now in california. we want do make sure our community is prepared and they get their
-- the senate to allow them to travel. >> thank you very much for persevering there, theresa, with vocal chavez supporters there in caracas. police in pakistan are still trying to find out the identity of a man who was killed for allegedly desecrating the quran. the victim was in police custody when angry villagers dragged him out of a cell, beat him to death and set his body on fire. the province where the incident happened, you may find some of the images in the report disturbing. >> this man was taken from a police station in the sindh province in pakistan, murdered for allegedly desecrating the quran. police officials describe that hundreds of villagers came to the police station, took out the man from behind these very bars, took him to the second floor, dropped his body to the floor and set his body alight. seven police officials have been suspended since the killing last month. they were unable to protect a man under his custody and did not have a name for him but they say the mob overpowered them after storming the police station. it is a tranquil village and people allowed the man to s
is theresa gwen and work at the institute of aging and this program has been around since 1981. we started the first multi-disciplinary team in the country on the issue of elder abuse and we have continued this legacy by having one of the first elder abuse centers in the country so we're one of four. one is being started in new york and one is being started in hawaii modeled on our center as well. i am pleased to be here today. thank you for the opportunity to speak to you all of you and i am privileged to be on the council as well and remind people elders are part of families too. i think elder abuse gets lost in the conversation and that's the voice i am trying to hold here today. >> and one of the -- i think many opportunities that the family violence council offers the city, both city government and providers and want public is to be a place where all of the data can be gather the and shared at once and it's fairly unprecedented just like you said commissioner about being a historic meeting this evening. we think having all of the data together on these three groups to really paint
. the investigators report directly to the officer in charge of the special investigation division, lieutenant theresa gracie, and case review is conducted quarterly by a command level officer with the proper security clearance. the first quarterly review was in 2012 and the second was just two weeks ago. compliance. in 2012 sfpd members assigned to the jttf were in full compliance with the general order and operation's bureau order 2011 one-07 and with respect to the mou there were no issues relating to the mou in 2012. that concludes my annual report. do you have any questions? >> thank you chief. commissioners, any questions for the chief regarding the report? commissioner. >> yeah, i would just say we got positive feedback last night at the tazer meeting about the bureau order that the chief issued vis-a-vis making it clear that san francisco officers fall under the chain of the command of the chief and a reflection of san francisco values and i know you talked about the general and the bureau order but for people listening if you could explain a little bit what that means in terms their worki
, he was there, i know ter theresa sparks was there, i was so proud of san francisco in being there because the superintendent, he's, you can tell he's a teacher because he took control of that room. there was a thousand people in that room, he had them all raise their hands to quiet them down, it was beautiful. you could see the teacher in him. but i was so proud of being in san francisco because the kids -- kids are kids -- they were warned, you need to be respectful, you need to be respectful of the children that are being depicted in this film, please don't laugh at inappropriate moments, that kind of thing, and the kids were great. the kids were silent and crying when things were really tough and when things were going well for the kids depicted in the film they were cheering. it was a really, really wonderful moment. it was a wonderful way to start off this summit. i'm sure our superintendent will be talking about that. so i want to turn to him, our wonderful san francisco suplt of schools, richard karutz is here with us. richard began his appointment as superinte
. >> thanks for having me, rev. >> maria and theresa, what do you see coming out of this gop retreat? >> they're having a kumbaya moment. no, it's how to communicate to minorities and women. if it was only a communications problem that they had and they'd actually have a shot to achieve it. but, fortunately, you showed it there. they lacked the shepherding saying that colin powell was trying to do. you need fundamental change. you can't do it in a two-day retreat. you need to scratch your head and said we actually have to create and actually diversify in order to break individuals with the changing landscape of america. i don't think they want to do that. i don't think they're prepared to do that. i think they're still under the impression that america was still back in the 19 50s. what we saw was the american voter voted for president obama overwhelmingly basically saying that they're defieing the changing face of america. >> paul ryan actually sounded like a voice of reason in the gop today. he advised republicans, and i'm quoting here, while we aspire to give the country a very specific an
more money. >> bill: theresa hines. >> theresa. and they are interrelated. >> bill: if he is secretary of state. this means that kerry can't eat hamburgers and put ketchup on it. >> especially that heinz. >> bill: that's it. no more catch enfor ketchup for you. remember romney said that i have a blind trust and then he got accused of buying switzerland and the caymans. >> that's what great about this. you go through this list of companies. he has got interest. >> kerry. >> all over the world. >> nobody mentioned the fact that, you know, senator kerry had even more foreign investments than romney. >> they forget a lot these days. >> lou dobbs, everybody. i'm sure i called you troy donahue. >> that's okay. we will find out who that was. >> plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. former cincinnati bengals cheerleader. convicted of having sex with a 17-year-old boy now suing a web site that reported on her. and then prince harry causes some controversy comparing combat in afghanistan. a video games. gutfeld and mcguirk on the case. we hope you stay tuned to those reports.
-- theresa garcia reports some people are upset by it all. >> no, sorry. >> reporter: his nephew a.j. was killed in the massacre six months ago and hoover does the not want to go back. >> i can't -- does not want to go back. >> i can't live in that theater anymore. >> reporter: cinemark will hold a remembrance ceremony and movie screening for family members of those who died in the shootings, but most of those who lost loved ones are boycotting the event. >> they want to use us as a stepping stone to try and boost ticket sales for their grand reopening. >> reporter: this movie complex renamed century aurora has undergone a $1 million renovation. the theater where the shooting happened has a new screen, seats and carpeting, but for those who were here last july the memories are still fresh. >> i'm not going to lie. once i got in there i did start crying. i haven't cried since it. what. >> reporter: corbin dates sat directly behind the gunman before the rampage. dates was given a tour of the newly remodeled theater. he is going to the reopening because he also has happier memories
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. my name is theresa warner, and i am the 105th president of the national press club. we are the world's leading professional organization for journalists, committed to our profession's future through programming and events such as these while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information about the national press club, please visit our web site, w, -- w, w dot press.org. do know mate to -- to donate to our institute, please visit press.org/institute. on behalf of our members worldwide, i'd like to welcome our speaker and those of you attending today's event. our head table includes guests of our speaker as well as working club journalists who are members of the national press clubment and if you hear applause in the audience, we would note that members of the general public are attend, so it is not necessarily a lack of journalistic objectivity. [laughter] i'd also like to welcome our c-span and our public radio audiences. our luncheons are also featured on our member-produced weekly podcast from the national press club available on itunes. you can also follow the action on tw
forwards that away from the deal cutting. >> maria theresa, glen is talking long game, but in terms of the short game, the playbook seems to be one that he has used a lot in the last couple of months/year, i'll say, which is vault over congress and take it to the people and make them move however incrementally. the question is do we think is that can happen? can he have that kind of win on gun control 1234. >> he did exactly what he should have done. obama care, he said i'm going to go to washington, i'm going to go to capitol hill and negotiates inside, and people will come with me. what he is saying is he is basically drawing a clear line in the sand. this is where i stand. the american people, i'm going to -- i'm going to speak to you directly, and i'm going to go ahead and volley it over to the senate and they'll pass it. this is not my doing. >> hopefully they'll introduce it to the floor of the senate. that in and of itself will be -- >> i think the fact that reid said he was luke warm to the response and didn't realize, wait a second, this is a bad pr move for me. i'm going t
. and so i want to just thank everyone for this collaboration, i know our human rights commission, theresa, is here, i know commissioner is here as well and all of the bay area to work together to utilize the resources that our justice department is offering. their guidance and leadership as well, and to note that it can happen to any group. if you've heard what we're trying to do here, i know other mayors across this bay area are trying to do, we're trying to unleash the talent and creativeness of all of our communities not to succumb to things that will suppress that talent and in order to do that, you've got to really erase these barriers that are created sometimes by our own ignorance and sometimes by what people think are playful things and yet they are very, very hurtful and they become worse and worse. so that's what lee hirsch's film was really all about. he's taken 5 families and he's documented it and yesterday over 3,000 of our students had a chance to view and many of them i think cried because they know it's happening in their own school site. and just because we get a label
this together and us part of it and i will acknowledge theresa who works on my staff as chronic absteism and involved with the oakland school district and i partner with tony smith and this man brought innovation to the oakland school district which has a lot of challenges which he may go into. i won't. so i really echo what jeff said about soft or hard power but let me tell you from my standpoint. i have a nephew who was in school and was bullied and there were sexual overtones to it and the result is he left the school and i spent time working with the school and my district and it wasn't my area and educate them about what bullying meant and in the most heinous way described to them and it went no where and that gave me the lesson in life we have children that are in fear when they go to school so they don't go and my priority is to have safe schools and they can be educated and create their path to a successful future and it's a healthy environment and bullying prevents that for so many kids. when terreesa and i addressed issues around truancies and one of the common themes and i
dropping into the 30s. santa theresa, los gatos, and 39. already at the hour. south bay, colder than where you should be for the average morning low. get a look at the freeze warning where it is critical, north bay, east bay, south bachy. not only tomorrow morning. saturday morning. several days of morning temperatures below 30 degrees in the areas we highlighted not only that could kill sensitive plants. but also, possibly produce crop damage. the north bay will have the coldest zone of 25 to 29 for the morning hours. right here, the bay, a frost advisory. not as cold. you need to protect plants and bring the pets in. a few tips. common sense. jacket, layers. also with that car in the morning. make sure you have clear visibility out car windows. take time to warm it up. we have that forecast and we'll warm it up in the seven day forecast coming up. >> jeff see, you shortly. new at 11:00. families of two victims of the shooting last year at the university, filed wrongful death suits against the school. suits filed on behalf of one student and another student. claimed they should have known
? what is not correct? >> [speaker not understood], city attorney's office. unfortunately theresa muler is the expert on the community aggregation state legislation. so, i don't want to venture a guess at that answer. she'll be available at 3 o'clock and answer -- >> that's not an answer i need to have right now anyway, but it is one that is an important question. it's one that's been sort of hanging out there for a long time. i have never had an answer that i understood completely. i like this description. i can understand that. i just don't know if it's right. that's why i would like [inaudible]. >> commissioner courtney. >> thank you, commissioner. thank you, todd, for your report. one of the conversations that we had at the last meeting was related to the community outreach and the map. we had a color coordinated map and we discussed a contract that was led out or reaching out into specific targeted communities of the program. i'm requesting that the commission be advised of the progress each and every time that we hear a report on clean power sf related to any progress that's made
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